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Events that Serve the Community

The UC San Diego Division of Arts and Humanities is committed to serving the campus community, as well as the greater San Diego community, with programs that push boundaries, challenge expectations, and drive innovation. Our programs help others understand the human condition and improve the common good by targeting excellence and articulating the distinctiveness of the arts and humanities at UC San Diego.

Featured Events

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Jan. 16 | Career Fair

Triton Winter Career Fair 2019: Meet face-to-face with top employers seeking to hire UC San Diego alumni

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Jan. 21 | Campus Tradition

39th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade - A Campus Tradition, with the UC San Diego Pep Band

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Jan. 24 | Cultural Legend

“Vladimir Vysotsky, a Russian Cultural Legend” with guest speaker Dmitry Bykov

Interdisciplinary Art

“Indigo” celebrates a diversity of artistic practices happening in UC San Diego, and engages audiences with art outside of a traditional gallery setting. The exhibition is on display through February at the Jacobs School of Engineering.

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View a Selection of this Month's Events from Across Campus

Jan. 7: “Dido of Carthage: Reclaiming a Roman Queen,” with guest Josephine Quinn

Jan. 10: ArtPower and the Institute of Arts and Humanities present: Somi

Jan. 11: Jonathan Nussman, baritone (graduate recital)

Jan. 11: Philosophy Colloquium Series guest: Elliot Sober

Jan. 14: Repairing San Diego: Infrastructure, Materiality, and Power (Science Studies Colloquium)

Jan. 16: Triton Winter Career Fair 2019

Jan. 16: Christopher Clarino, percussion (graduate recital)

Jan. 16: “Pain, Pleasure, and the Greater Good: From the Panopticon to the Skinner Box and Beyond” (Biomedical Ethics Series)

Jan. 17: When Biology Became Destiny: How Historians Interpret Gender in the Holocaust, part of the Holocaust Living History Workshop

Jan. 17: GALLERY @ CALIT2: “A Glimmer Exodus Sketchbook” by Michael Trigilio

Jan. 18: Philosophy Colloquium Series guest: Alison Gopnik

Jan. 20: Martin Luther King, Jr. UC San Diego Day of Service

Jan. 20 – 26: Changemaker Week

Jan. 20 – 27: Festival of New Trumpet Music West 2019

Jan. 21: 39th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade - A Campus Tradition

Jan. 22: Mark Dresser Quintet

Jan. 23: TV Dinner: Changemaker Film Festival

Jan. 23, 24, 25: thesisWORKS: MIKO, a space between (a graduate dance performance)

Jan. 24: Vladimir Vysotsky, a Russian Cultural Legend: A Talk by Dmitry Bykov

Jan. 26: Reed Family Concert featuring Renga

Jan. 27: 23rd Annual Lytle Scholarship Benefit Concert

Jan. 28: “We need a theory to continue”: Angel Nevarez and Valerie Tevere guest lecture

Jan. 28: Camera Lucida

Jan. 28: Witnessing and Translating: The Indigenous/Science Project (Science Studies Colloquium)

Jan. 28: “Dreams in Greek and Roman Religion: Old and New Problems” with guest Gil Renberg

Jan. 30: WEDS@7 “Explorative, Explanitive, and Performative” with Anthony Burr, Roger Reynolds and Jacob Sundstrom

Jan. 30: ArtPower and the Department of Theatre and Dance present: Beijing Dance Theater

Jan. 31: UC San Diego Athletics and Alumni Sprit Night 2019

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